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Daily Transfer Gossip – June 16th

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  • Liam Moore is now a reported loan target for Bolton Wanderers manager Neil Lennon but faces a fight from Leeds United for the highly rated defender (LionofViennasuite)
  • Aston Villa, Newcastle and Liverpool are reportedly set to raid Charlton Athletic for another of their highly promising youngster with Jordan Cousins on their radar (CAFC Picks)
  • Wolves and Cardiff City are set to battle it out for Wales international Hal Robson-Kanu with the Reading winger reported on his way out (Express and Star)
  • Ipswich Town are closing in on the loan signing of young Arsenal winger Ainsley Maitland-Niles as Mick McCarthy prepares his squad for an assault on the Championship next season (SportsMole)
  • Billy Sharp looks set to join up with former Scunthorpe mentor Nigel Adkins at Sheffield United. The Leeds United striker is said to be keen on a move back to Bramall Lane (Scunthorpe Telegraph)
  • Coventry City are eyeing a deal for former Brentford striker Nick Proschwitz who is out of contract and could return to the Sky Blues after spending some of last season on loan at the Ricoh Arena (Vital Football)
  • Swindon Town striker Andy Williams is a target for Scunthorpe United after his release by the Robins despite scoring 22 goals last term (Scunthorpe Telegraph)
  • Coventry City boss Tony Mowbray is in talks with Spurs over the loan signing of their under 21 development squad player Grant Ward (Coventry Telegraph)
  • Wigan Athletic and Scunthorpe United are set to make a bid for highly rated Chesterfield winger Sam Clucas but face competition from Championship sides Reading, Cardiff and Leeds (Burton Mail)
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